The Brave Little Toaster Reviews
One thing that stood out to me is how dark this movie was. This was quite prominent during the "Worthless" scene, as you saw cars getting crushed. When I was a kid, this scene didn't bother me that much (though me and my sister both had nightmares about that bloody magnet), but when I rewatched the movie, I realized what was really happening, and it creeps me out a bit more now than it did before. Also, *cough cough* Air Conditioner scene *cough cough*.
The constant "fake-death" and "near death" scenes did, however, start to get a little bit repetitive, and it seemed like there was never much break between climaxes, which started to wear on my attention span (and popcorn bag).
One thing that I was thoroughly impressed with was how Disney managed to pull off having 5 main characters, and utilizing them in the best way possible. All of the characters were unique in their own way, allowing the viewer to decide who they liked the most, and the characters were all equally important to the story, to the point that the viewer's favorite could seem like the main character to them, even when if it wasn't Toaster.
The animation was nothing short of Disney greatness. There were a few situations where events made no logical sense, but pretty much all of those situations were nitpicking, and wouldn't be noticed by children watching this movie, so I won't hold them against this movie.
The songs were pretty memorable (heck, the music was ultimately what prompted me to rewatch this movie), catchy, and all around pretty great. Not sure there's much more I can say about that, really.
In all, I really enjoyed this movie. The constant action got a bit tiring after a while, and the movie seemed a bit dark for a kid's movie, but the positives of the movie vastly outweighed the negatives for me. I would suggest this movie to pretty much everybody. Now if only Netflix will get it together and get this movie.